Olympiacos ‘changed’ after a change of manager… Hwang In-beom also contributed greatly
After the manager change, Olympiacos has definitely changed.
Olympiacos drew 1-1 with Atromitos in the 19th round of the Greek Superliga Elada held at Peristeri Stadium in Athens, Greece on the 23rd (Korean time). Olympiacos, with 39 points, remained in 4th place.
It was an unfortunate draw, but Olympiacos continued undefeated. Olympiacos has only fired two coaches this season. It all started with coach Pedro Martins. Coach Martins, who led the team for 4 years and 3 months, left with responsibility as they were eliminated by Maccabi Haifa with an aggregate score of 1-5 in the second qualifying round of the UEFA Champions League (UCL).
After that, Carlos Corberan took over as manager. Coach Corveran recorded 4 wins, 4 draws and 3 losses in 11 official matches before his sacking. Greece’s absolute powerhouse, which did not match Olympiacos’ goal of winning the league four times in a row, and when it was extremely poor in the UEFA Europa League (UEL), Olympiacos chose to resign again. Michel Gonzalez was chosen as his replacement. 슬롯사이트
Mitchell had two years of experience coaching Olympiacos. From 2013 to 2015, he coached Olympiacos, playing 90 official games and recording 64 wins, 11 draws and 15 losses. At the same time, he achieved the result of achieving two Greek league championships. Coach Mitchell, who came to stabilize the shaky Olympiacos, struggled in the beginning, but gradually succeeded in stabilizing and produced results.
The Super League flew well in Elada. Under Mitchell’s leadership, Olympiacos played 14 league matches, recording 9 wins, 4 draws and 1 loss. Considering that they had 2 wins, 2 draws and 1 loss in 5 matches before that, they are definitely winning points. The latest defeat should go up until October. It is undefeated in 12 league games and had 4 consecutive wins before drawing with Atromitos. UEL finished unfortunately, but it is encouraging that they are cruising in the league.
Hwang In-bum added strength to the rise. Hwang In-beom was a starting player even under coach Corberan, but with the arrival of coach Mitchell, his position was firmly established. After the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar, confidence was further maximized. He is heavily involved in the build-up, taking charge of midfield with Jan Mbila. It ranks first in the league in pass success rate per game and ranks 10th in the league rating (7.18 points) based on the soccer statistics media’Sofa Score’.